Jonathan and Wynter Pitts want their four daughters not to be afraid of the world. That's why they are grounding them in the truth of God's Word.
Jonathan and Wynter Pitts know what it's like to raise girls. The Pitts encourage parents to get to know their children's personalities and preferences so they can best encourage their interests and talents.
Jonathan and Wynter Pitts talk about their adventure of raising four girls. The Pitts talk realistically about the challenges of loving, guiding, and protecting their daughters.
Dennis Rainey offers suggestions for ways couples can use adventure, intrigue, and surprise to keep the romance alive.
Marriage is built upon a foundation of commitment to Christ and to your covenant with each other. Dennis Rainey talks about proactive ways you can uphold your marriage commitment.
Ron and Nan Deal walk us through the events in 2009 that took the life of their 12-year old son, Connor. The Deals tells how their family got through this tremendous loss.
Matthew Stanford believes if Christians want to help those struggling with mental disorders, they have to understand what they are.
Ron and Nan Deal share how losing their middle son, Connor, in 2009 at the age of 12 still has them reeling. The Deals share what has helped them, and hurt them, as they've grieved the loss of their son.
Dennis Rainey reveals seven principles that will help you make the most of your days. The world is passing away, and so are all of its desires. We would be wise to cling to the One who will last.
Pastor Caleb Kaltenbach recalls the first time his gay mother came to hear one of his sermons when he was a young pastoral intern, much to the angst of the elders.